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Tigers avenge loss to Melrose with 7th straight win

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Morris Sun Tribune
Tigers avenge loss to Melrose with 7th straight win
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Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta avenged an earlier loss to Melrose to extend the Tiger winning streak to seven and snap the Dutchmen’s winning streak at six.

The Tigers are now 7-3 in the West Central Conference and  13-4 overall.

Melrose is now 8-2 in the conference and 11-4 overall.

Hunter Mundal was on the service line for the Tigers when the they captured the match’s final two points, including Terianne Itzen’s winning spike on the edge of the Melrose defense.

Itzen finished with 15 kills, while Sydney Engebretson led the Tigers with 19 kills in 48 attacks and Paige Schieler chipped in another 10 ace hits. Directing the offense with a combined 34 assists were Haley Erdahl and Chelsey Ehleringer.

Engebretson also had seven ace blocks, Itzen collected 30 digs, and Beth Holland added 29 digs and five ace serves.

Morris/CA 3, Melrose 2

Melrose        22 25 16 25 16

Morris/C-A    25 21 25 22 18

(Key: good-attempts-aces)


Serving: Hunter Mundal 8-10-0, Kourtney Giese 11-11-0, Beth Holland 29-29-5, Haley Erdahl 9-10-0, Terianne Itzen 10-11-0, Sydney Engebretson 15-17-2, Chelsey Ehleringer 23-23-0; Set assists: Erdahl 12, Ehleringer 22; Hitting: Nicole Strobel 14-16-2, Paige Schieler 41-45-10, Lacee Maanum 20-23-6, Itzen 41-49-15, Engebretson 46-48-19, Kayla Pring 14-17-5; Blocking (aces): Strobel 1, Maanum 5, Itzen 1, Engebretson 7, Pring 1; Digs (5 or more): Giese 10, Holland 29, Strobel 7, Erdahl 12, Schieler 6, Itzen 30, Engebretson 11, Ehleringer 14, Pring 5

Melrose statistics not available

Morris Sun Tribune Staff